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John F. Kennedy’s former Washington, DC home is selling for $4.7 million. Take a look inside the 220-year-old brick house with a private rooftop...
Before he was president, JFK lived in the Georgetown house with his sister from 1949 to 1951, while serving in the House of Representatives.
Mike Bloomberg suspended his 2020 presidential campaign after getting trounced on Super Tuesday. He spent about a quarter of a billion dollars on ads.
Air Force One may soon get its first new paint job since the Kennedy years — here’s what it was like on JFK’s version of the preside...
The SAM 26000 arrived in 1962 and would carry eight presidents, numerous dignitaries, and countless diplomats during its 36 years in service.
Pence referenced Kennedy's "Profiles in Courage" to urge Senate Democrats to oppose impeachment charges facing Trump, which Schlossberg rejected.
An alligator, tiger cubs, and a dog named Satan — these are the weirdest presidential pets in history
Most the 45 presidents of the United States have brought pets with them to the White House — and some have been pretty unusual.
The Navy and the shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls have been "aggressively" applying lessons learned while building the USS Ford to its next supercarrier.
The new seal for the Navy’s next aircraft carrier contains a hint about big changes coming to naval aviation
The recently unveiled seal for the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy features its best-known aircraft, along with a future addition.
How the Kennedy assassination totally transformed presidential cars, from an open-top Lincoln Continental to the heavily-armored ‘Beast’ u...
From the elegant Lincoln Continental to 'The Beast,' equipped with tear gas and smoke, the presidential car has changed radically over recent decades.
Since right after World War II, the president’s national security adviser has an unparalleled ability to influence events worldwide
The influence of national security advisers has largely depended on the dynamic between them and the president they served under.
Those seeking to be elected president must distill their message to America into a few short, memorable words. Some have managed better than others.